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live coverage with tony pann, jennifer franciotti and ava marie in ocean city. we begin with tony who's been tracking the storm from the weather center. >> this is not going to be a worst-case scenario for maryland but not a walk in the park, either. the storm is 200 miles off the coast of the outer banks of north carolina right now so a good distance from us. 58 at the airport, cloudy skies and windy out there, northeast wind at the airport at 15. winds will continue out of the north-northeast today at 10 to 25 miles per hour but not much rainfall around baltimore so a decent day to get things you got run around, no big deal. there is heavy rain along the eastern shore shifting towards baltimore later tonight. today, showers, breezy, temperatures in the low 60's. the worst part of the storm for us will be mondayach -- monday afternoon and monday night with heavy rain, instead winds 30 to 50 miles per hour. wind diminishing on tuesday but turning cold and there could be snow in the mountains on tuesday. obviously a complicated forecast. i'll go through it step by step in a few minutes
that process step by step. ava marie is at ocean city closer to the center of the storm so the winds have been stronger and rain heavier. what is going on? >> good morning. compared to what we saw yesterday not only are we dealing with strong winds but we have the drenching rain and it is driving at this point and with gusts around 40 miles an hour i don't have a strong weekend right where i'm standing because they are along the beach where we can no longer stand because the waves are coming in. so far we have not had many reports of damages as far as structural damage. i want to point out minor things that are happening. unsecured objects starting to move because of the wind. there was the top of a light post that you can see that came off the deck. minor things happening as the weekends pick up. now we are getting the drenching rain and that will be an added effect as away worry about the -- we worry about the flooding from the coast as the rain piles up and has nowhere to go. we are getting drenched right now and watching for the coastal flooding. and it is very cold, a very cold rain this
heard a rumor that ava marie will be doing that in ocean city next hour. that's a good reason to stay tuned. ava marie, wind surfing in ocean city. not. that's not going to happen. things are quiet, 59 at the airport, 57 in randallstown, 59 in parkton. winds are beginning to pick up a little bit. we had a gust of 15 downtown, 29 at ocean city. winds at the beach will gust over 30 miles per hour but it won't be that bad around baltimore with winds around 10 and 20 miles per hour today but heavy rain on the radar already. this is outer bands from sandy, heavy rain across the delaware-maryland line on the eastern shore. sprinkles around baltimore right now but that rain band will shift west as we go through the day today. here's the latest satellite imagery on the storm, a healthy storm, banding features, sustained winds of 75 miles per hour, a category one hurricane and a few hundred miles off the coast of the carolinas so where does it go? the worst part of the storm for maryland will be monday night. this is the european model and you can watch the time frame at the top of the screen.
forecast with ava marie. >> what i started off with a look at the radar. you can see a lot of cloud cover across the northern part of the state. a couple light sprinkles still tracking north. as we move toward the northern part of the carroll county. overall we are expecting most of this to all the dwindling. the clouds should be clearing out. not too much precipitation to worry about. it is passing up to the north. but you can see as we take a wider view of the radar. this is sitting to the north. we trail this back into ohio or the bulk of the energy from this next storm continues to track. here is a look of the temperatures across the metro area. 70 at bwi. 64. some cooler air in place because of all of the cloud cover. it prevented the temperatures from warming to much. the further south, warmer temperatures. we expect temperatures near baltimore to at least get into the mid 70's. especially as we get more sunshine as we go through 3:00 p.m. that is our high temperature. mid-70s dropping into the low seventies by the evening and into the 60's as we get past nine p m the sky should con
today. it feels like a winter day. >> one area we have been tracking has been ocean city. >> ava marie braved the elements all day yesterday. a big difference today. >> what a difference. the wind is not as strong. we could get some gusts up to 60 miles per hour. there was a little bit of debris and damage in ocean city. this is a piece of roofing. notices a large piece of roofing. that was the bigger concern yesterday. nobody was injured with that. you'll still see this strewn about in ocean city. coastal flooding is no longer a concern in ocean city. the waves are not as big as we saw yesterday. there's still a flood watch. we had some light drizzle this morning. there could still be an additional inch of rain throughout the day today and into tomorrow morning. that will add to the flood concerns. ava marie, wbal-tv 11 news. back to you, tim. >> we are along the banks of the jones falls. you can see how high it was at one point overnight. this water came over across the guard rail. we are here in baltimore city. concerns about the weather. you can see leaves along the roadway. the sh
will take you step by step through the process in a few minutes but first we check in with ava marie. i don't know if you heard that, but a little bit of good news. the storm will go past parallel with the mouth of the bay which means it won't make the left turn and come up into maryland but i'm sure you are. being the effect of it with the wind field going out 300 it 400 miles from the center. >> yes, we are thankful that it won't make direct landfall her. but it is such a large storm system the winds will extends a great distance. so even though it will be up to the north we are going to feel the impacts of the hurricane. near the shoreline the wavers are picking up nine to 15 feet and slamming against this shrubbery area that is trying to restore the beach and the water is spilling in and starting to flood where some beach homes are. 245 is a concern as there could be basement flooding here. it is like when you are at the beach and dig out a hole from the water and build a pool. i don't know if you did that as a kid. that is basically what is happening with the walkway. look at the water
water in their community. >> we're going back to ocean city and ava marie. how is it going? i know is insane. >> the wins are whipping around our building. we have recorded the wind up to 60 miles an hour. i have my hand-held monitor. i sent my photographer to go and measure the wind. thank you for doing that. i am measuring wind gusts of at least 45 miles an hour. i know people are worried about me. i have a sandbag on my foot to hold me down. do not worry about me. we are next to the parking shelters and able to run inside. i feel safe where i am. i want to give you an idea of how strong wind is. i want to say hello to my husband at home braving the storm by himself. i told him he would have to go through alone. he is watching right now. i hope he is eating healthy. i bought a bunch of food before i left. no joke food. heat olive the healthy food. -- no junk food. eat all the healthy food i left for you. this is the worst part of the storm persian city. the worst is getting in to baltimore. we're hoping it will improve tomorrow. we are approaching high tide. i am hoping the wind
for by companies. >> now your weather forecast with ava marie. >> let us take a look of the raider. we see in front moving our way. it is pretty minimal. this is left over of the drizzle this morning. rainshowers continue to push up to new england. they did impact near york. they are starting to clear out. that is good news for the orioles tonight. a band of sprinkles now in central central virginia, state college. now moving through pittsburgh. these are head of our next cold front. very light precipitation. ahead of that from, we have had a south west follow. that has helped to warm the temperatures. the majority of the suburbs around the beltway sitting into mid 60's right now. we expect most temperatures to get to near 70. downtown may be the low seventies later today. along with warmer temperatures, an increase in wind gusts, now starting to go from 10 to 20 miles per hour. right now 10 miles per hour downtown, up to 20 miles per hour into frederick county. right now we have a 13 mile per hour wind gusts in oakland. this is what is happening. breezy conditions into the afternoon and evening ah
temperatures in the 50's. ava marie has been monitoring conditions. the wind is already gusting to near tropical storm force and will get worse. critics already above its. what did you get me into? earlier, the wind was gusting up to 40 miles an hour. i just measured 47 miles an hour. we're well past the tropical storm force. look at the waves. they are incredible. they are from 8 feet to about 15 feet. you can see them crashing on the store. they are continuing to push inland toward the high tide at about 7:50. the big concern is tomorrow as sandy parallels the coast. a high tide tomorrow morning just after 7:00 is when the actual storm surge could be above 4 feet. the normal type plus the storm surge may be of boards of 7 feet. we are expecting flooding. they have issued evacuations. lowell melser will have more updates. the wind is whipping. the sand is in our face. the rain is blowing. it is a good thing i brought safety glasses. michelle was right. ava marie in ocean city, wbal-tv 11 news. >> wow. >> we're going to take our minds off of sandy for a few minutes and turned to the qup
the leader of the cause he started. cage at 1stide the mariner arena. ava marie live when we come back. >> sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. two problems >> good morning. this is a live view from skycam. 56 degrees downtown. increasing clouds in the sky. we're live at 1st mariner arena. who is ready for some cage fighting? we are getting ready for shogun to return. you're the promoter of this event. you're fighting in this defend. -- in this event. what can people look forward to? >> we have 11 flights on the card. you get to see the stars of tomorrow. we are a regional promotion. the show does over 5000 people. replaced three people in the ufc already. -- we placed three people in the ufc already. >> let's show some of the demonstration. >> this is a basic move called the lion killer. what you want to do is get my arm around my opponent's neck. >> look at that arm. it is like a python. >> then i will squeeze until he -- >> oh, my goodness. how would you come out of that move? >> once the move is set, it's set. try to keep your chin tucked. the best defense is did not g
the storm process in a few minutes. first well say hello to ava marie at ocean city. you saw the sustained winds up to 85 miles an hour so you could easily see gusts close to 60 this morning. >> yes. interesting enough, i was looking at the report and they are getting gusts close to 60 miles an hour. we are on the pool deck of our hotel and the winds are variable because we're getting them affected by the building. they are gusting mostly out of the north but check the waves. they are incredible. you can see that barrier, that fence. that is where we were standing yesterday and now the water is coming in there heading through high tide. we are not able to stand on the coast. it is an incredible situation. the rain has let up a little bit but the winds are going strong. have more rain. now out to annapolis where kim dacey is. how are things going there? >> good morning. here we are seeing steady rain that we have been seeing all morning and the wind is picking up. seeing more gusts. there was a little bit of calm between the gusts but we are seeing more gusts and rain goes horizontal. we wi
and quiet conditions. speaking of un as this quiet conditions, ava marie is at the beach in ocean city. the center is starting to make the turn back towards the coast. the winds are going to intensify for you guys over the next couple of hours. >> yes, it is so hard to believe that the storm is so far away from us right now. the conditions are just downright awful. i want to get to the coastal flooding right now. notice the waves, now that the sun is up. they've been pushing all the way past this little area of vegetation. now they are running across the walkway that you would normally get through to go to the beach from the parking lot here at the hilton. notice all the water is spilling in to the little beachy area in front of those homes could if they have a basement areas, they could begin to flood. this is what officials were worried about, which is white and police issued the mandatory evacuation for southern areas of ocean city. the voluntary evacuation for everyone else. you can see the ones indicated by the countries down there right now, ripping around where we are standing.
chilly through the weekend with highs only in the 50's. ava marie is at ocean city. you might want to get to sandbags so you do not blow away. >> the wind is really starting to dust. i recorded one at 37 miles an hour. we may be surpassing that. we are on higher ground. we're near the northern part of downtown ocean city. they're doing restoration efforts on the beach. i am afraid the lot of this will get washed away. some of the highest waves are starting to reach the close of areas. we are reaching high tide. this is not the worst of it. we are expecting the worst of it tomorrow morning after 7:00. that is when we will reach the next high tide. that is when the surge will likely be the strongest. sandy will be approaching and paralleling the shore. all the rain could bring down trees and power lines. that is something we will continue to watch. in ocean city, ava marie, wbal- tv 11 news. >> hurricane sandy coming toward the northeast. it is expected to make landfall near the southern new jersey coast. the new jersey governor announced widespread mandatory evacuations for areas like atla
will get on some skates. >> you need a cold nickname. i think ava "thunderbolts" marie. >> derecho. ie.ava "derecho" mar thank you. >> you guys let me know what you think. >> you can have a lot of fun with the roller derby. we have debate dancing ball. >> i fractured my elbow. >> high pressure will keep us dry today. notice the clouds and thickening up as we go through the day. i think will state dry to the daylight hours. the rain should a purchase from the south -- i think we will stay dry during the daylight hours. visibility might be down to half a mile in some spots. it is kind of chilly. 44 in taneytown. 52 in parkville. increasing clout or becoming mostly cloudy but it should stay dry. sunrise this morning at 7:03. the principal comment late tonight. it will be with us off and on tomorrow. high temperature of 75. miles for the middle portion of the week. 74 on thursday. a few more showers on friday and saturday. temperatures in the 60's on sunday. >> good morning. a couple of accidents. in bel air, word of a crash. this one coming in in the dundalk the city. be extra careful. watch
-team insta-weather plus with tony pann and ava marie, and sarah caldwell with traffic pulse 11. wbal-tv 11 news today continues in a moment. in a moment. >> welcome back. 5:38. in the 40's in the suburbs. it will be a nice afternoon. as look at some of the numbers. outside the city, it is in the 40's. 52 degrees in rock hall. a mixture of sun and clouds. partly cloudy skies. about a 20% chance for a sprinkle. high temperature of 78 degrees. the average high is 65. when we come back, we'll take the forecast all the way through the weekend. >> the american academy of pediatric ways and on the traditionalsus the treatme food groups. >> pesticide groups are lower in organic food. doctors say the differences are not enough to recommend organic. as long as your kids are eating fruits and vegetables, that is what is important. eating a certain type of food can keep your heart healthy. legumes canore the bo improve glycine the control. they help to lower blood pressure. >> 5:40. 49 degrees at the airport. raven's head into their bye week. >> ava marie live at the maryland zoo and we will be feedin
's super bowl looks to be fierce. >> ava marie live in hunt valley. we're talking pumpkins. >> we're checking on a few problems for your morning commute including an accident on 95.@póo >> good morning. this is a live view from skycam. there are some thin clouds moving in. 51 degrees downtown. i am live at valley view farms and we're talking pumpkins and how to decorate them and carved them. you have carved up this pumpkin. >> this is a new design. ved it with a hook. a hop >> this will be a foot. this will be a horn. >> that is incredible. let's talk about carving pumpkins. how do you pick a good pumpkin? >> i like a smooth face. i like to thin out the wall. >> something new. this is a shaved pumpkin. this is pretty neat. >> they are wild. >> they last longer. >> you can do it in mid september through october. >> so many designs. more information on all the halloween decorations here at valley view farms. >> you think i can put a design on my cheek? it will last forever. i have to pick up something. i get out done by my neighbor. >> now a 3-d pumpkin. it is ecotourism friendly -
have dodged another legal bullet. >> ava marie live at the maryland zoo. >> if you travel on eastbound 32, we are tracking in new accident. will check on the rest of the before cold & flu season, help prevent with lysol disinfectant spray. and use the lysol no touch hand soap for 10 times more protection with each wash. this season, a good offense is the best defense. lysol. mission for health. >> good morning. this is a live view from skycam. los 50's out in the suburbs. -- low 50's out in the suburbs. you brought your favorite prickly friend. >> this is marty. we will keep up with marty the porcupine -- we woke you up with marty the porcupine. >> he does have a strong smell -- onions and bad body odor. >> you will spell like this if you have been running for a long time. they need something that will stick to the surfaces. they stay up high in the trees. it is functional. >> something interesting about his quills. >> they did not shoot their quills out. same thing that happens for your dogs and cats. they get scared or startle and their quills will stand up straight and they come not
basara, double-team insta- weather plus with tony pann and ava marie, and sarah caldwell with traffic pulse 11. wbal-tv 11 news today continues in a moment. 3q lysol knows the soft places we love could be home to bacteria. so use lysol disinfectant spray on soft surfaces everyday when you're cleaning up to kill 99.9% of bacteria. lysol. mission for health. >> welcome back. 56 degrees downtown. in the 40's in the suburbs. most of the day today will be nice. it should turn out to be a dry day. i think some rain will come in tonight. 46 at the airport. 50 in randallstown. expect mostly sunny skies to start. it will be a breezy and mild afternoon with a high temperature near 70 degrees. we'll come back and check the seven-day forecast going through the weekend. >> authorities foil a terror plot in lower manhattan. there was an elaborate fbi sting operation. authorities say quazi mohammad nafis attempted to block the federal reserve building in new york city. he was armed with a cell phone that he believed would blow up the bomb. lance armstrong fall from grace takes another hit. he has st
. those delays stretching back prior to 795. now we check in with ava marie, joining us from the first mariner arena, previewing disney on ice. good morning. >> good morning. the show is a more exciting, because they have a rock edge. you can see scenes from the newest movie brave, and that is the newest princess from scotland. what a beautiful scene. these guys are amazing. i have been trying to learn my way around. i hope it is like riding a bike and you pick it back up. you see these guys doing amazing jumps and everything you can imagine. we will get a preview of this amazing show when we come back. i will get a check of the forecast. things are looking a little tense into the weekend. today just low clouds, low 70's in the afternoon, as the sun starts to break back out. that is the pattern for the next couple days. weekend, that in the 60's. what sunday through tuesday. the real threat with the impacts from hurricane sandy, it is uncertain whether it will make a direct impact to the mid- atlantic. it is something we are keeping in mind. rain and wind. the possibilities. we will pr
-weather-plus forecast with ava marie. >> good afternoon. you'll notice a lot more clouds in the sky compared to this morning. that is when the storm system is approaching from the south. all the rain is from west virginia into mclean. ahead of that, we had some light sprinkles, but nothing substantial. everything is physically west of the appellations right now. this is slowly but surely making its way over here. we are right 70 degrees downtown. 68 at b.w.i. thurgood marshall. this is basically where your high temperatures are going to be this afternoon. we are likely to warm and least a couple more degrees. not too much more warming because of the cloud cover. that prevents a lot of sunshine from getting in. we are basically at where we are going to be this afternoon not go as far as rain chance the scope, that will be changing through the day. hd doppler shows that all of that rain is from a storm system spinning across the gulf coast states. this is slowly going to make its way later tonight. futurecast is going to show all the clouds increasing through the afternoon hours. our rain chan
,000. >> that is comparable to the 607,000 hired last year. >> now, your e 11 insta-weather meteorologistwith neurologist ava marie. >> take it easy on the road this afternoon. there will be a lot of rain in the area. even though the bulk of the rain has pass north of us, we are still going to get isolated pockets of showers and maybe even thunderstorms. we are not done with the rain just yet. i do want to show you the temperatures real quick. this paint a good picture of how complicated it can be. annapolis is 74 degrees. bwi is 65. almost a 10 degree difference. right where we have all the cloud cover and most of the rain shower, the temperatures have had a hard time warming up. as you get down toward the eastern shore, they have been able to warm up a lot more. anywhere from baltimore to the north, you're likely to be stuck in the 60's through the majority of the day. current weather pattern showing a warm front missing the northern inland said. that is what -- a warm front in the northern atlantic. that is what is causing all of the showers right now. once this moves away, we get a break from all the rai
in show went to a family of four. >> now your 11 insta-weather- plus forecast with ava marie. >> how cute. we are still waiting for confirmation from the national weather service about the tornado that possibly occurred on friday in jarrettsville at harford county. they are pretty certain that is what caused the damage. we will have an update and test more pictures from the storm damage. tropical depression number 18, say hello to it here. this massive cloud is in the caribbean sea and it just got it he circulation needed to call it a tropical depression. it is organized and that is why they are keeping an eye on it. tropical depression 18 is becoming sandy as it continues to develop. it continues to track towards the north, possibly acting cuba. where it goes from there is a big question mark. it will take many, many days. in the east we're talking about a big warm up. look at the heat starting to build in. 72 in kansas city. looking towards the west, a cold front is picking colder air into nebraska. 41 degrees in rapid city. the tail end pushes towards the north. we will not even feel t
-weather- plus forecast with your meteorologist ava marie. >> that reminds me to get going on my decorations. i have one at this point. -- only have one at this point. darker shade of green? that is the area getting reagra. baltimore itself really has not seen much. the radar is really over them of this point. it is showing the trend. that is your starting to saturate. and then it is only a matter of time until the rank and file from the sky. that is what we will watch, especially if the heavier batch makes it through the mountains and our way later today. we will time that out. but look at what we are expecting. this is a very tricky weather pattern. high pressure is in place here ye. right now a little bit of instability in the ridge of high pressure that extends all the way to arkansas. what this means is a very complicated weather pattern. not a distinct system we contract easily. this one is much more obscure. that is why we will have a hard time placing it in timing it as we go into the night. here is how the models are trying to shape up into the next couple of hours here is the future c
into the toll plaza. watch for the fog. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. ava marie joins us live. she is talking about a way to pick up some beautiful children's artwork for a great cause. >> good morning. we're live at the children's home, a safe haven for children who have been abused. they have a big event. you have a chance to get some great artwork made by the residents. check out his coat rack made at a high heels. hopefully they will get reunited with her family are going to lead more productive lives. we will talk about their event coming up in a few minutes. we're encountering some fog this morning and a chance for showers this afternoon. another storm on saturday and sunday. more details on the auction coming up. >> thank you. 6:38. >> most dogs love car trips. adopted a terrifying trip down adopted a terrifying trip down the highway and lived and i've got my pumpkin k-cup packs for at home. now i can have my pumpkin coffee any time i want it. pumpkin's perfect. it's dunkin' with the press of a button. new pumpkin k-cup packs, only at dunkin' restaurants. america runs on dun
direction. >> ava marie previewing the urban chic fashion show. details >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. how long is the wet weather going to stick around? >> there are some light rain showers this morning. give yourself a couple of extra minutes. it will be a warm day. low 7's. we will make it up to 81. the humidity will go down -- low 70's. more in just a few minutes. stay with us. >> let the spin begin. abundance are analyzing every word and phrase. >> we will break down last night's performance. good morning, morark. the general consensus is that mitt romney exceeded expectations and maybe cannot on top. >> i have not heard a single pundit with a straight face try to make the case that president obama won that debate last night. in terms of who dominated, it was mitt romney. he was aggressive and in command of the facts. romney really accomplished, he can not looking like a cross between thurston
-season is now over and the orioles are now playing on in october. >> ava marie getting ready for the urban chic fashion show. details on how you can get tickets. >> it will be a little warmer than usual for the next few days. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we have one accident we are tracking. it is impacting a major road. southbound 95 at keychain avenue. it will impact your ride to petting how long it is there. the right lane is closed. 51 on southbound 95. 56 on the west side outer loop. westbound 50 on the bay bridge, watch for police activity. here's a quick, live look at traffic. 95, this is passed the caton avenue exit. we have two right lanes closed. two left lanes getting by. here's a quick, live look at traffic. this is 795. moving very well at owings mills. 83's checking out fine. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. for that we go to kurt kronke of the mta system. good morning. >> moving along nicely. we have the 51 bus diverting at monroe and wilkins. the 61 bus diverting at charles. dive
on traffic pulse 11. ava marie is that the thrill show. just did not wear a hair spray. >> we are about 100 feet away from the flame. this is the combat challenge going on behind me. that is one of the tasks they have to do in the challenge. that is what this weekend is all about. the thrill show put on by the baltimore city fire department. showing what they do day in and day out. it is a free event. we will preview this challenge when we come back. today is your best shot of rain. it will slowly start to increase across the metro area. have some rain gear with you. .e'll go back to mindy and stan >> thank you. 6:38. a skateboarder has a close encounter with mother nature. encounter with mother nature. >> we want to show you the latest craze in australia. it is called flyboarding. you can shoot up to 30 feet in the air. that is just incredible. it sells for just under $12,000 . >> like a bond movie. you never know what happened during outdoor sporting yvette. he was going about 40 miles per hour on a skateboard when a deer took him out. he says he's not sure who was more surprised, him or
to more than 70,000 customers. >> we began our live team coverage on the eastern shore with ava marie. this time yesterday you were being battered by the wind and rain. >> things are looking much better. we have a lot of electricity or running across the area. no major power outages. correct me if i'm wrong. so four things are going pretty good. a lot of the trees are new. you're not getting those 100- year-old trees that are old. we still have the wind coming in from the south. the wind is starting to come wn.lm do the wind chills are in the 30's. we are bundled up. you should dress warm because it is chilly. we're still getting some rain. it is pretty light in nature. the roads are still inundated by water. and none of the storm drains are clogged up because of leaves and branches and falling debris. that could cause a problem as far as drainage goes. the ocean is back out where it should be. things are improving in ocean city. we will continue to bring you updates. >> sandy did make quite an impression along the shorelines. kim dacey is in annapolis. >> good morning. we got word th
of construction. now back to ava marie. >> thank you. we're basically in the 40's. 47 right now at the airport. you can see these shades of green and yellow. that is some very warm air pushing in from the south. 70 degrees in kansas city. we will see a big bump in the temperatures. high temperatures from 68 to 72 degrees. a lot of sunshine today. the wind will be 5 to 10 miles per hour. by tonight, we will see increasing clouds. upper 40's across the majority of the area. not as cold tonight. a warm front continues to lift into the mid atlantic. some minimal rain chance is. minimal rain mainly in the northern counties of maryland. in northern baltimore county, carroll county, you could see a couple of sprinkles on tuesday. most everybody else will state dry. we have to watch out what could happen in the tropics. a tropical system has not developed but there isn't 80% chance that it will -- but there is an 80% chance that it will. models taken up north into cuba. this will be tricky for the seven-day forecast. it could bring some decent rain by sunday night into monday. 76 tomorrow. said the ni
-weather plus forecast with ava marie. >> good morning. we are starting you off with a look outdoors. deep blue skies over the inner harbor. 56 degrees currently downtown, 53 at b.w.i. thurgood marshall. winds out of the west at the airport at 7 miles per hour. low humidity and high pressure in control. i want to show you something more active well down to the south. the tropics, something still alive. we are still in hurricane season until november 30, and in fact, we have two areas that the national hurricane center is watching currently. a possibility they could develop into something more but currently tropical waves. we have this one that has a 30% chance of developing in the next two days. of spin, little bit the circulation they're looking for. the one circled in red has a 60% chance of developing. it will track west but if it develops into a cyclone, could move up north, possibly a concern for cuba and florida next week. the temperatures closer to baltimore, 53 at the airport, 48 degrees, though, in gaithersburg, 48 in parkton and 46 in westminster so you can see the cooler weather righ
with ava marie. could something else quite terrifying, a super sized pumpkin tips the scale at nearly 1,300 pounds. it weighs 1,279 pounds. earned armstrong top honors a local pumpkin weigh-off, his third in a row. here attribute his success to our work. it has been a great year for pumpkins because it was a very hot and dry in to the summer season. hopefully we will be seeing a lot of gigantic pumpkins out there. it was saying soggy day our cost baltimore. rainshowers still lingering across the eastern shore right now. ocean city got a good dose of rain over the past hour but that is all clearing offshore. this is that the cold front continues to make its way of the east coast. there are just a few sprinkles left over in garrett county. over all this is a drying pattern as we see the cold front continue to move offshore. let's look at how much rain we did see across the area. we can see that most of the rain came in from the west to the east and in a southwesterly fashion. the shadings of blue show that we had about a half-inch of rain widespread across central maryland and down at the
in live with ava marie. she endured quite a bit yesterday. it is much calmer now. good afternoon. >> good afternoon. it is still very windy here and the wind is so cold. the wind chill is in the 30's right now. the water is just cresting over there. that is nothing compared to when we saw the waves yesterday when they were high enough to flood inland areas in ocean city. not only did we see flooding from the oceanside, but from the bay side as well. it did force them to shut down a lot of roads, not only because of water but because of standing debris as well. when we surveyed today, that was the majority of the damage we saw. pretty minor in nature. there was some damage from wind, including areas of reform are -- areas of roof torn off. the water was forming a bit of a river outside of our hotel as well as along the beach. it did for an entire lake along the beach homes. some of them might have sustained some flooding damage. we saw a lot of flooding along the bay side because they did not have the dunes to protect them. on the oceanside, they had a dance and they did their job. that is
, your 11 insta-weather + forecast, with meteorologist ava marie. >> first, i want to talk about the temperatures of around our area. 56 degrees add bwi thurgood marshall. it is 57 downtown. pretty chilly. normally, we should be getting closer to 70 degrees into the afternoon. nobody close to that right now. 57 in ocean city. only 52 in westminster. in the western part of the state, oakland at 43 degrees. a big change in the temperatures, and that was behind yesterday's cold front. you probably did not notice the front as it did not bring a lot of precipitation, only a few clouds. but it did drop the temperatures. as we look at the red deer, we have a large area of high pressure in control, bringing in the sunshine -- as we look at the radar. bringing some signed all the way up into new york city, where the orioles will play tonight. good news for the forecast there, as we're expecting it to be a quiet day. weather should not be an issue or the day. high pressure in control east. another storm system pushing across the plains. the cold front draping from upper michigan into the d
your 11 insta-weather plus forecast with ava marie. >> good afternoon. degrees at bwi marshall. temperatures expected to climb. the sun will warm things up. high temperature near 78 today. clearing through 6:00 p.m. and in the mid 70's. in the '60s by 9:00 p.m. as the skies continued clearing out. we expect a little clearing late. in the clouds will return going into tomorrow. not expecting much precipitation, but the clouds will clear out late. then we get in easily follow tomorrow morning. the clouds shifting back into the area. -- we will get an easterly flow tomorrow morning. tonight, in the 50s across much of the area with clearing overnight, and more clouds building later. in the upcoming days we have interesting weather. first, a cold front will be moving in and out of the west. cold air right behind that. 22 degrees in great falls, montana. this air is coming from the arctic and will migrate east into the weekend and into next week. we will see a big drop in the temperatures. then we have to watch for the tropics. our latest tropical system, sandy, which is now a hurric
. let us check in with ava marie. good morning. >> good morning. exciting to see all of the pumpkins, apples. all of which are in season and help you celebrate people season leading into november and thanksgiving. we are live at webber's farm in parkville, we are learning about the different types of pumpkins and have available and the traits. they are famous for their apple cider doughnuts. we will get fresh ones when we come back. before cost feels like fall. as richard p. seven-day, today in little -- as we check the seven-day, today a little warmer. starting off with low clouds and drizzle, but to try to break apart toward the afternoon. as we get into thursday, back down to 63 after a weak front moves through. should not cause rain, but maybe a few showers and new york city for the orioles game tonight. back to you. >> my stomach started brawling thinking about those apple cider doughnuts. 6:36. 57 degrees. >> enjoy them while they are young. the kittens are as rare david smallwood: maryland money needs to stay in maryland. it's just that simple, i mean, it's a no brainer. anncr
-- seeing some delays south of white marsh. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. ava marie come over to you. >> thank you. everyone still has on their headlights. the sun will be coming up at 7:14. a high today there 64. only in the 50's and the mountains. brazil wins coming in ahead of the cold front. -- breezy winds. watch for the chargers to drop down group we are talking low temperatures in the 30's. watch for the temperatures to drop down. we will talk about that. 594 tomorrow. chilly for the running festival. >> thank you. the time is now 6:38. 42 degrees at the airport. curiosity may have killed the cat, but it did not do the raccoon any favors. poor guy, we will tell you how he found himself in that predicament. >> and still taking your answers to our water cooler question of the day -- to the orioles have enough left in their tank to knock off the yankees? you can share your response on, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail at it's heavy lifting. you start with a democratic senator named ben. by getting bwi-marshal
as sandy makes her way onshore. the wind will get stronger as the storm continues. ava marie in ocean city. back to you. >> she tweeted earlier she had a quick nap and was going back out. it is exhausting to be out in the elements. she was out there several hours earlier. >> today is not the kind of day you want to spend any length of time outdoors. >> starting at 6:00 today and lasting until noon tomorrow, the road restrictions -- mayor stephanie rawlings-blake is implementing mandatory closures for the roads. >> restricted roads. that does not apply to mandatory personnel, hospital employees, or other medical personnel. they are saying to stay off the road. this is a look at the jfx a couple of hours ago. there is a lot of water. there is the possibility of hydroplaning if you were to be out. this is in the north baltimore area. look atarting to get a horrific damage in anne arundel county. high wind knocking down trees and power in some areas. a treat on top of the house in linthicum. we understand the power is out in that area. no word on injuries. we will keep you updated on this situ
11 insta-weather plus forecast with ava marie. >> if you went to bed early last night, you missed a big show. the annual orianid show was in the skies seen around the world. you can see the dazzling display in space over the marshall flight center. the white spot is debris from halley's comet flying around the sun. if you were like me, you went to bed early so there you have that chance to see it right now. what a beautiful time of year it is right now but we are keeping an eye on the tropics. we have to remember that hurricane season doesn't end until november 30 and things are still a little bit active in the tropics. this is a view of the caribbean. the mass of clouds south of hispaniola has circulation with it. that circulation has the national hurricane center it right now. it has a 60% chance of development. that could mean, if it does develop into a tropical system, current models have it moving north. we will keep an eye on that. in the west coast, high pressure in control after the cold front moved through on friday. behind that, a storm system coming across the plains th
. >> thank you, tom. >> and we are going to go now to -- we're going to ava marie in baltimore county. she is in ocean city right now. ava? >> reporter: we're just getting into the worst of the winds. funneling through the buildings right now straight out of the west. can you just see the incredible amount -- i don't know if you can see it through the camera right now, but it is driving the rain straight back to the ocean. the opposite scene from what we saw this morning when the rain was coming the opposite direction. the trees give you a bit of an indication how strong it's blowing as well. i have this fancy little weather station in my hand and it's recording a lot of different things for me. not only the temperatures, which are based only in the low 50s right now, it's reporting the windchill, which is already in the 40s when you factor in the gusts up to 60 miles an hour. not only are we getting drenched in rain, but it feels like it's in the 40s. such a different scene than a typical hurricane when you expect the warm rains. we are urging people to stay indoors. this is really a good
. so we have a hurricane and blizzard warnings at the same time. temps in the 40's tomorrow. ava marie is closer to the storm at ocean city. they go out 300 to 400 and i'm sure she is close. what is going on? >> this is not my most attractive look but i'm happy to wear these glasses because the rain is pelting my face. we are getting soaked. we are testing this wbal gear. i'm addressed -- dressed as if i'm in a snowstorm because it is so cold. basically we are all geared up. the rain is falling so heavily. we have received about two here and we have plenty more today. it is not just a straight falling rain, it is driving horizon. i don't know if you can see the ocean. we will try to show more. the waves are trying to reach the phel fence. this is 32nd street and this is where they are doing a lot of restoration, building shrubbery and that is where the water is coming up. that is where we were last night. we had to come it higher ground. we are approaching high tide and we expect the flooding to be the worst through this morning in ocean city and will start to subside in the evening b
early next week. big swings in the temperatures coming up. ava marie is hanging out with some firefighters. >> good morning. we're getting excited for the baltimore city fire department federal shothrill s that is quite a fire. the baltimore city fire department will be hosting our annual thrill show at the fire academy. it will begin at 11:00 a.m. and run through 4:00 p.m. we want to invite all the baltimore community to come not for this great day of fire prevention. >> it is the biggest event you do for the entire year. it is not just setting something on fire. >> and up close encounter of what the firefighters do every day. >> i can imagine this is a thrill for people of all ages. >> the kids love it. we have thrill seekers the come not year after year. the fighter program has been doing the thrill show dating back to the 1950's. >> lots of other exciting activities. live demonstrations and teaching people how to set up their own fire safety plan. >> we will have fire safety inspectors here on site. a smoke alarm in your home on every level. have a fire protection p
. now back to tony pann. >> thank you. we have a lot to talk about. first we say good morning to ava marie. she'll show us some beautiful art work. >> good morning. there was a lot of fog out there. we're live in catonsville because we're at the children's home which serves as a safe haven for children that have been neglected or abused. thehere with the ceo of children's home. this is a neat event. how many residents do you have? >> about 55 residents. >> they do stay up to about a year. >> we operate about three different programs on the campus. we have a program for boys and girls. we do long term group home. we have a diagnostic program just for girls. >> the main goal is to get them out reunited with their families. >> we try to provide a nurturing environment, working with our case manager and our staff to help the kids rebound from some of the troubled situations in their family. all tamale will lay the kids to return home to their families. >> you have a big event coming up. you will be doing a silent auction. >> this is our signature event. this is an event we created about
to the weekend here in a moment. ava marie is at the university of maryland. >> good morning. a 200th birthday celebration happening for this building behind me. it has been here since 1812. it is actually the longest standing medical facility in the entire western hemisphere. that is a unique honor to be bestowed upon baltimore and united states. i am with the executive director of the medical license jason. your office this house -- house in this building. it serves as a reminder of where the medical community has gone in the last 200 years. >> i think so. the university school of but -- university of maryland school of medicine was founded in the 1800's pos. it does remain is the oldest existing medical teaching facility in the united states. will they ask what is it the evidence is, and reminds us of how far we have come over the past 200 years with advances in medicine. >> the fact that it is still standing deal under years later is still special. -- 200 years later is still special. talk about what it used to look like. >> it was representative of the times. the actual design was importe
will check the seven-day in a moment. first, we will say good morning to ava marie. how do like them apples? >> that is clever. you had all morning for that. it is exciting. we are in the peake apple season. i am alive at wber cider mill farm off of the beltway. it is hard to believe we are at a local farm so close to the city. your grandfather purchased this farm back in the 1940's and has been in the family ever since. >> my grandfather bought in 1908, and my father took it over in 1940. >> we are in people season. some have never even heard of. >> actor burt is the month when there is more fresh apples available, more varieties available. that is why october is apple month. we are up to about 18 varieties this week. >> where did these come from? you have your own orchard, but other places? >> we buy locally. >> let us talk about apples. some are better for eating, baking pies. you have this -- >> we have a different, and lot of people like these for cooking. the only apple we do not recommend for cooking is red delicious. every other one we recommend. some better than others. >> what abo
from all that and say good morning to ava marie. she is of one of your favorite stops. disney on ice. are you having fun? >> good morning. yes. this is the one day of the year ago to pretend to be a princess. we are previewing disney on ice. their backyard baltimore. this time with more of a rocking the theme. i have a crystal microphone that mickey is going to use. is a talent show. and the. acts will be auditioning. i am speaking with part of the ensemble. i could have taken you for cinderella. >> thank you. >> the show started last night. you are up early this morning. how did it go? what's really well actually. the audience was great, was really loud. went really well. >> does this differ from other shows? that rocking edge. >> it is a little bit more upbeat. and as a modern twist. is very exciting. >> very good. there are a lot of different disney characters. who else will we see? >> princess arundal and ariel -- and the new one from the disney pixar movie brave. >> how did they do last night? >> they did a fantastic. the audience loved them. >> very good. we are looking forward
sawgrass services -- surfaces again. >> what he is saying about the guilty verdict now. >> ava marie good morning. it took a year morning commute. dealing with problems out there. be careful and give yourself time to get out there early. atwater, an accident. the latest one. another one tracking at franklin town road and lawrence road. everything checks out ok on the jfx. earlier problems are cleared. 66 m.p.h.. 59 in the white marsh area traveling southbound on i-95. no problems to report along would one north and south to and from the beltway. a live view of traffic. 83. no problems at the moment coming towards us. southbound traffic. a nice start the maryland line down to the beltway. let's switch to a live view of traffic. 95 at the memorial bridge, southbound traffic going away from us. looking good. that is the latest on traffic. >> we have on the marc trains on the penn line no service north of martin airport due to a terror outages. camden trains are on schedule. light rail and metro subway both operating on time. the 10 buses operating with a delayed this morning. 311 61 bus is d
big sporting event happening in baltimore on saturday. ava marie will walk us through that. or, run us through that. either way. what is going on? >> good morning. i am live at the finish line of the marathon outside the m & t is a stadium. lots of other races gone on that day as well. to talk more but the charity and back -- so much money raised for charity to out all the races. i have a team trainer promoted the maryland chapter. i understand to help raise maybe the most money of any one group. >> that is good news to me. i was not aware. this year, just over a huntington athletes have raised close to $225,000 >> how many people do have a debt of the maryland chapter running? >> just over 65. and our friends in the south have come up to join us. >> let me understand you guys are trying to do. your help and to raise money but also get people ready to run these races. maybe these people have never ran a race ever before. >> that is exactly right. we are a group of like-minded individuals of all the read fitness levels. we have people that walk 17 minutes malls give them run 7 min and m
today. we have some rain to talk about. ava marie is back with us on the morning show and is in hunt valley at valley view farm's. are you going to go through the haunted house? >> i already did. it is scary but short. we're talking halloween at valley view farms. nothing says halloween like pumpkins. >> orange is a happy color. all of these pumpkins are really cool. these are great for decorations. these are great for making pumpkin pie. it is the inside that counts. this is your favorite. >> this one looks like a snake to me. >> these are great. you can make a bird houses out of them. >> take that one up. >> i have one of these at home. >> i loved that. what is that called? >> we have all sizes. you can paint them and study will show you how to carve them -- and scotty will show you how to carve them. >> poor tom has to cut that open an account of the seeds. first prize is a $300 gift card. >> how much does it weigh? >> over 5,000 pounds -- 1500 pounds. we were fooled last year. >> any guess is a good guess. tom count the seeds. -- tom will count the seeds. take your guess and minu
participants to use light rail. back to ava marie. >> thank you. good morning. it is pretty chilly out there. downtown, 50 degrees. it quickly drops into the forties. 44 and of pikesville. as we cross over the bay, 46 and chestertown. it will be better into the afternoon. similar as yesterday. high temperatures, amid 60's into the afternoon. five degrees below normal. i sunshine. the thing that will get to is the wind. 10 if to 20 miles per hour. a few wind gusts could be up to 30 miles per hour. have a good jacket. you are going to be thankful. we do have the orioles with their final game, how exciting we are really finishing off the series at yankees stadium. the forecast looking good as well cared a lot of clear skies throughout the game, starting at 5:00 p.m.. 58 degrees and new york city. winds northwest 20 miles per hour. by 8:00 p.m., as the game starts to wrap up, 52 degrees. the winds of the northwest, 15 miles per hour. the people watching the game will have to watch out. currently seeing a few clouds around the mid-atlantic. here comes an approaching cold front. it will cause a bi
are worsening in ocean city as sandy well off shore. ava marie live in ocean city,
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